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Posted in: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at 87 See in context

Go ahead and fill that seat Republicans. It doesn't really matter anyway, the rich and corporations will keep winning at the expense of workers and vulnerable people.

Get ready for a civil war fellas, it may actually happen.

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Posted in: Osaka to play in Western & Southern Open semifinals, after all See in context

Funny all these comments about how it's all black people's fault.

It's almost like there was no event that could cause people to exhibit distrust or outright hatred for authority and those perceived to be supporting said authority.

Let's be honest, if your tribe, family, etc. were taken from your homes, enslaved, treated like dirt, forced to make your captors and abusers rich, have your agency taken away so completely that you could not even choose your mate, you would not be so keen to bow down to authority and lick their boots.

Even after being freed, they continued to be treated like dirt in the only home they knew. Their rights trampled on. Till the government invents a "war" on drugs to criminalize your and other groups.

Don't forget the systematic barriers and violent mobs that would keep you in "your place", look up the massacre that happened in Tulsa, OK in 1921 in the Greenwood district that was called "Black Wall Street."

But it's okay all you have to do is cite some stats twisted in just the right way to put all of the blame on them. Doing so makes you feel better about yourself and dismiss any rightful grievances they have.

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Posted in: Japanese bulk carrier that caused Mauritius fuel spill passed annual checks See in context

They did nothing for two weeks and now they send six people? How pathetic. They were most likely trying to save face by hoping it would solve itself or be solved by someone else.

Poor people of Mauritius have to suffer because of Japanese incompetence.

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Posted in: SoftBank's Son criticized for offering free coronavirus tests See in context

The Japanese government cares more about the perception and the olympics than the lives of their people. What a pathetic government.

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Posted in: Japan Olympic, Paralympic team uniforms for Tokyo Games unveiled See in context

Are these uniforms supposed to be for athletes? They look like little princes and princesses.

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Posted in: Shop fearing Wuhan virus bans Chinese visitors in Hakone See in context

A Japanese got the virus! Maybe the U.S. and other countries should ban Japanese people?

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Posted in: Thunberg keen to visit Japan in 2020 See in context

God speed to Greta. Her advocacy for this issue will bear fruit in the future.

I feel sorry for all of insecure little men who feel the need to disparage her any chance they get.

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Posted in: Ban on endangered otter trade to take effect amid pet boom See in context

I doubt Japan will actually respect this ban. They seem to have no empathy for the animals, and only seem to care about the "enjoyment" they get from exploiting them.

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Posted in: Japan builds 'Ethnic Harmony' tribute to indigenous Ainu See in context

They can't offer an apology for taking their land and all but annihilating their culture because it would be uncomfortable?

That just shows that there is no "Ethnic Harmony", therefore, this little project is meaningless.

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